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Methods To End It All

by Creation's Tears

"Emotion, melody and desired amounts of heaviness"...The "breathtaking" debut from the Irish Melodic Goth Metal / dark rock quartet featuring Lee Morris (ex PARADISE LOST) and guest SARAH JEZEBEL DEVA (ex CRADLE OF FILTH)
Genre: Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal
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1. Another Collision
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2. I Fail
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3. Creation's Tears (feat. Sarah Jezebel Deva)
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4. Odyssey (Opus IX)
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5. I'm Falling (You'll Never Know)
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6. Parody Paradigm
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7. The Last Tear Is Cried For Romance
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8. No Saviour Here
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Emotion, melody and desired amounts of heaviness"...The "breathtaking" debut "Methods To End It All"

Featuring former Paradise Lost drummer Lee Morris as well as a guest appearance by ex Cradle of Filth backing vocalist Sarah Jezebel Deva, you could be forgiven the assumption that this release would stroll down an extreme metal memory lane. Thankfully this debut is anything but an exercise in nostalgia and is in fact a dynamic gothic rock album that compares favourably to the likes of Katatonia. (Powerplay Magazine)

FROM:
• THE PRODUCERS OF OPETH, KATATONIA, SOILWORK, GOD FORBID etc
• Heralding the "metal" comeback of drummer LEE MORRIS (formerly PARADISE LOST)
• Debuting frontman BRIAN EDDIE REYNOLDS
• With guest appearance from SARAH JEZEBEL DEVA (ex CRADLE OF FILTH)

COMES:
The ground-breaking epic “METHODS TO END IT ALL” from Northern Ireland’s Melodic Gothic Metallers CREATION’S TEARS.

HERE’S WHAT THE RECORD INDUSTRY SAYS:

These heroes of the dour make a compulsive argument in favour of all things doom and gloom with their glossy, melodic melancholy...for fans of Paradise Lost, Anathema, Katatonia, My Dying Bride. (8/10) GILES MOORHOUSE – ROCKSOUND Jan 2011 Issue 143

Effective and affecting...make a note of the name. Malcolm Dome - Classic Rock

Don’t count Creation’s Tears into the clone department. Beautiful melodic gothic rock/metal. Creation’s Tears’ Methods To End It All is a very good opinion on how gothic rock/metal should be played, with emotion, melody and desired amounts of heaviness. A good option for everyone in the scene with both an open mind and ear. (8/10) Metalstorm.net

In the ten years Metalireland has been going, I’ve yet to see an unsigned band reach for quite so much as this. The effort is staggering. I admit to being quite breathtaken with what Creation’s Tears have done on here...Superbly, maturely written...The quality of their songwriting, and the quality of their execution, means that the right ears should at least hear it...Those right ears should start with every metaller in Ireland (4.1 / 5) Ciaran Tracey - Metalireland

Singer/guitarist Brian Eddie Reynolds has a strong voice which adds to the tragic, emotive feel of these songs while at the same time the uplifting melodies of the guitars caress the listener and draw you in with powerful hooks. This Irish quartet may have the pedigree to attain the heights of the acts that influenced them. Considering that the songwriting here was strong enough to tempt Morris into returning to work on a metal album, that should tell you why this release is worthy of much more than the “ex members of such an act” tag. (8 Powerpoints) - Ross Barker - Powerplay Magazine



Check them out at www.CreationsTears.com

Details
• Running time: 36m40s
• Release date: October 2010
• Label: Cure For Poison
Personnel
• Brian EDDIE Reynolds – All Vocals & All Guitars
• Ian Coulter – Bass
• Lee Morris – Session Drums
• Sarah Jezebel Deva – Guest vocals on “Creation’s Tears”
Credits
Produced by David Castillo with additional production by Jens Bogren & Brian EDDIE Reynolds.
Mixed & Mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios, Orebro, Sweden, May-July 2010.
Pre-production by Mark Mynett, Brian EDDIE Reynolds & Ian Coulter.
Drums recorded & engineered by Mark Mynett at Blue Rooms, Huddersfield, England 15th – 17th Jan 2010.
All guitars & (Vocals: Creation’s Tears, Odyssey, No Saviour Here, I’m Falling) engineered & produced by David Castillo at Fascination Street Studios, Orebro, Sweden 21st Jan – 2nd Feb 2010.
Sarah Jezebel Deva’s vocals recorded & engineered by Daniel Abela, Escape Route Studios, Essex, England 9th Feb 2010.
Vocals (Another Collision, I Fail, Parody Paradigm, The Last Tear Is Cried For Romance, Untimely Reminder) & all bass engineered & produced by David Castillo at Ghost Ward Studio, Stockholm, Sweden 24th – 29th Mar 2010.
Additional vocals on “Untimely Reminder” recorded & produced by Brian EDDIE Reynolds at Cure For Poison Studio, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Front cover photo by Abigael Dani (www.sickperson.deviantart.com).
Additional cover photography by Brian EDDIE Reynolds.
Band logo design by Jonny Crozet (www.lavadesignstudio.co.uk) & Joe Gillespie (www.signed-graphics.com).
Album cover layout & design by Jonny Crozet.
All songs written & arranged by Brian EDDIE Reynolds.
All lyrics written by Brian EDDIE Reynolds.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2010.


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